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Case Alleges Chemical Companies Should Prepare For Unprecedented Storms

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The vines at Pheasant Ridge Winery near Lubbock, Texas, were devastated by drift from the herbicide 2,4-D in 2016. Merrit Kennedy/NPR hide caption

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West Texas Vineyards Blasted By Herbicide Drift From Nearby Cotton Fields

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Texas officials are requiring that people who comment at Medicaid meetings on pharmaceuticals disclose more details about their ties to industry. George Rose/Getty Images hide caption

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Beto O'Rourke speaks at the Texas Democratic Convention in June. The winner of the party's U.S. Senate primary has embraced progressive positions — at times including impeaching President Trump. Richard W. Rodriguez/AP hide caption

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To Win Texas, Beto O'Rourke Is Running To The Left

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Travis County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir demonstrates how to vote using an analog voting machine in the Travis County Courthouse in downtown Austin. Voting officials around the country are getting federal money to make their voting systems more secure. Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT hide caption

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Texas Attorney General candidate Justin Nelson leads a pub crawl across three congressional districts in downtown Austin - the Pub Crawl to End Gerrymandering. Gabriel C. Pérez/KUT hide caption

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After Supreme Court Punts On Gerrymandering, Democrats Make It A Campaign Issue

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Kenia Guerrero, 23, stands on the El Paso, Texas, side of the Paso del Norte International Bridge, also known as the Santa Fe Street Bridge — a port of entry into the U.S. from Mexico. Guerrero is from Juarez just across the border but says she feels just as at home in El Paso. Denise Tejada/Youth Radio hide caption

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Young People Adapt To A Changing Life At The Texas-Mexico Border

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Garry Mead, assistant director of detention and removal for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, answers a reporter's question in 2007 in front of cells that housed immigrant families at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor, Texas. After a suit by the ACLU, the center ended family detention, and ICE mostly avoided it until 2014. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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The U.S. Has A Long, Troubled History Of Detaining Families Together

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State Sen. Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa looks at redistricting maps on display in the Texas Senate in 2013 in Austin, Texas. On Monday, the Supreme Court overruled a decision that several of the state's districts had been drawn to minimize minorities' voting power. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Divided Supreme Court Upholds Nearly All Of Texas GOP Redistricting Plan

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A Texas Sheriff prohibited his deputies from off-duty work at the newly constructed child-holding facility at the Tornillo Port of Entry where minors crossing the border without proper papers have been housed after being separated from adults. Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Hundreds of families spent their Father's Day in Tornillo, Texas, protesting the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. Monica Ortiz Uribe hide caption

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbot hosts a recent roundtable discussion with victims, families and friends affected by the Santa Fe, Texas, school shooting that killed 10 people earlier this month. People with ties to other recent mass shootings were also invited. Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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People mourn last week at a makeshift memorial in memory of the victims killed in a shooting at Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, Texas. Students resumed classes at the school today. Loren Elliott/Reuters hide caption

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Vehicles wait for inspection at the Border Patrol's Laredo North vehicle checkpoint in Laredo, Texas. A border agent killed an immigrant woman in Rio Bravo, near Laredo on Wednesday. The shooting is being investigated by the Texas Rangers and the FBI. Nomaan Merchant/AP hide caption

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Border Patrol Shooting Death Of Immigrant Woman Raises Tensions In South Texas

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Abdul Aziz Sheikh (center), the father of Sabika Sheikh, a victim of a shooting at a Texas high school, shows a picture of his daughter in Karachi on Saturday. Fareed Khan/AP hide caption

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'We Were Expecting That She Will Return Alive': Family Mourns Slain Pakistani Student

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Mourners attend a prayer vigil to remember the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting on Sunday in nearby League City, Texas. On Friday, a student allegedly entered the school with two guns and opened fire, killing 10 people. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Travis County Clerk Dana Debeauvoir speaks to the media at the Early Voting Mega Center at Austin in October 2016. Debeauvoir has spent a decade trying to create a more secure electronic touchscreen voting system. Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon/KUT News hide caption

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Texas voters will be required to show government-issued identification in the 2018 election. The law accepts handgun licenses as proof of identification, but not college student IDs. Lucian Perkins/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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